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. don't char the meat. in the meantime until next week, you can talk to me online at cnn.com/sanjay or on twitter. now, let's get things going in cnn. >>> from the cnn headquarters in atlanta this is cnn sunday morning. extreme heat baking half of the country and more than 300,000 still without power and at least 30 dead. a cold front is on the way, but relief may come at a dangerous price. plus, a new discovery about a mystery illness. children dying from a frightening infection that kills within days. >>> and later, a mexican drug cartel busted on u.s. soil, and three tons of marijuana and $2 million in cash and you will million in cash and you will never believe what else. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good mornings, everyone, i'm randi kaye and thank you for starting the morning with us. we begin this hour with the h t heat. it has been so bad that 30 deaths across the united states are blame hed on the heat wave. we get more from melissa rainy. >> reporter: saturday brought another day of blistering heat and in some areas that is more triple temperatures
it or not know that there will be racing along with me and the lucky cnn viewers in september. she is doing it from space. before i left for cambodia, i visited her at the johnson space center in houston to see what life is like up there and also, how she is planning on training for this race. >> what goes on in here? >> this is a place we spend a lot of our time. these are sleep stations. sleeping in space of course is just as important as earth. >> can i go inside? you literally go inside here. roomy. but then i guess, you know, it doesn't really matter your position. >> right. you can be upside right, down, sideways, backwards, forwards. as soon as you close your eyes, you don't know. >> booster ignition and lift-off. at the space shuttle discovery, lighting up the nighttime sky. >> when i flew before, we were in the middle of the construction of the space station. it was pretty regular that people going up to the space station were going to be doing space walks. >> and a good view of suni williams helping to tie down the radiator. >> that's so wild. >> we're going to put you right on th
heard the news on cnn. >> i texted my mom right away, and she was up even though it was 3:00 a.m. there, and she immediately got on the news and sending me constant update dates. it was absolutely horrible and you have to wonder why these things happen in the world. >> well, it is a lot to process for anyone, but especially franklin who has so much going on. but she is going to be racing for gold in seven events is no typical teenager. >> she loves the backstroke, i'm telling you. >> missy frap clin at 2 years old. and at 5, winning her first freestyle race. >> first race. >> i am here at the junior olympics. >> go, missy, go, go, go. >> reporter: now at age 17, she is the second youngest person on the u.s. olympic team, and her backstroke and freestyle are what got her there. >> i made the team which is the most exciting thing i can imagine. i'm going to be an olympian for the rest of my life. >> at 6'1", she towers over the rest of the competition and her physique is ideal for swimming fast. she has a wingspan of 6'4" and shoulders are one and a half inches wide. and she has poweriful
the conversation going at cnn.com/sanjay. also join me on twitter @sanjayguptacnn. time to get a check of your top stories in the cnn "newsroom." >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is cnn sunday morning. >>> florida teams up with homeland security. the state's new tool in their voter purge fight. >>> plus -- >> we want him returned to boston safely. >> two americans kidnapped in egypt, and now we have new details and their names. the family of one hostage tells us what they think happened. >>> and later, a christian, a muslim, and hotel porn. sound like a joke? well, the hospitality industry isn't laughing. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kay. it's 8:00 on the east coast. thanks for starting your morning with us. wee start with a victory for florida governor rick scott. he sue the federal government and now the government has given in. what did he want? access to the department of homeland security's database on immigrants in the u.s. the reason? he wants to purge illegally registered voters from the state's voter rolls. so how big of a problem is it in florida? >> here is what
's keep the conversation going on twitter at sanjay gupta cnn. time now for a check of your top stories from the cnn newsroom. >>> hello frp everyone. i'm don lemon in the cnn newsroom. something is killing children, dozens of them. some kind of bug, some kind of illness, and doctors are scrambling to find out what it exactly is. so far it's killed more than 60, all of them in cambodia, and as it stands right now there's nothing to stop it. >> it is very difficult to assess how dangerous and how rapidly spreading it will be if we don't know what we are dealing with. >> we have a crew in cambodia full of details in one minute for you here on cnn. a free election four decades overdue. the first real live democratic exercise in libya since the moammar gadhafi era. nearly 3 million libyans picked parliament members today waiting in long lines to vote at polling stations all across the country. we've heard a few disruptions but overall international election observers are pleased. >> in the rest of the country things have been going smoothly. reports from the east where it's been more diffic
the conversation going on twitter at cnn p cnn.com/sanjay. now, let's get a check of the now, let's get a check of the top stories. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye, and it is 8:00 on the east coast and 6:00 a.m. here in aurora, colorado, where this small town and the entire country are united in shock and grief and joyful and excited fans had packed a movie theater here for a night of fun, but for 12 people, it is the last night of their lives. over the next weeks and months, we will hear more about suspected shooter james holmes and tomorrow he will make a court appearance and likely the first of many. you will hear his name over and over and usually, it is the suspected killer that gets most of the attention. eric harris and derrick klebold from columbincolumbine, and and vick from norway and in fact, today is one year anniversary of that killing. but the names we should be hearing are the names of the victims. we want to start this morning by remembering those who lost their lives friday morning as told by those people they left behind. >> it
on cnn. >> i texted my mom right away and she was up even though it was like 3:00 a.m. there and i told her and she immediately got on the news and was sending me constant updates but it was absolutely horrible. it was just so senseless. you have to wonder why these things happen in the world. >> it's a lot to process for anybody especially a 17-year-old but franklin who is going to be racing for gold in seven events, seven events, is no typical teenager. >> swim all the way to the wall and i'll come in. >> she loves swimming on her back. >> missy franklin at 2 years old. and at 5, winning her first free style race. >> she's winning. her first race. >> i want to go to the olympics. >> go missy! >> missy franklin almost a body length ahead. >> now at age 17 she is the second youngest person on the u.s. olympic team. her back stroke and free style are what got her there. >> i've made the team, which is the most exciting thing i could ever imagine. i'm going to be an olympian for the rest of my life. >> reporter: at 6'1", she towers over most of her competition. her physique is ideal for s
to this press conference involving a lot of layers of law enforcement go to cnn.com/live. when we come back we'll also hear more about the victims of the 12. we're learning more about some of the individuals who were killed in that shooting early yesterday morning there in aurora, colorado.here because in this business, there are no straight lines. only the twists and turns of an unpredictable industry. so the eighty-thousand employees at delta... must anticipate the unexpected. and never let the rules overrule common sense. this is how we tame the unwieldiness of air travel, until it's not just lines you see... it's the world. is now within your grasp with the e-trade 360 investing dashboard. e-trade 360 is the world's first investing homepage that shows you where all your investments are and what they're doing with free streaming quotes, news, analysis and even your trade ticket. everything exactly the way you want it, all on one page. transform your investing with the e-trade 360 investing dashboard. [ male announcer ] when diarrhea hits, kaopectate stops it fast. powerful liquid relief spe
got on the cnn blog is from a guy named jaleel. he's married with children, currently on medicaid. he wanted to know how this will decision affect my access to medicaid? >> so as part of getting those 30 million people insured, they want to expand medicaid. that means that they raise the level at which someone qualifies. used to be 100% of poverty level. now it will go up to 133% of poverty level. someone like jalil -- i don't know what his family situation is. but if you're making $14,000 or less roughly, he should qualify for medicaid. in short, the answer to the question is that it shouldn't make a difference really at all. he qualifies now. he should still be able to qualify after it goes into effect. >> the $14,000 for a single person or family? >> for a system person. for a -- single person. for a family, it's closer to $29,000 or $30,000. the number will change closer to 2014. but 133% of poverty level. >> another viewer on the phone now, delee. she's 56, a diabetic. and she recently lost her job. i think she's on the phone. she has a question for you. >> hey. >> hi, sanjay. i
and counting. >>> we have much more at the top of the hour when cnn "sunday morning" continues, including a story about one country banning circumcision. we'll tell you where and why and what's being told to overturn the ban. >>> first, "sanjay gupta m.d." begins now. >>> hello and thanks for joining us. on tap today, why the latest push by bill and melinda gates may be setting up this fight with the catholic church. >>> also, confronting the unthinkable. a teenage boy gets cancer, and his father discovers this remarkable source of help. >>> first, under the microscope. a new treatment for depression. a fascinating story. a disease, as you know, that affects more people than coronary heart disease or cancer. good news is that in most cases, it is treatable. medication such as anti-depressants can be effective. in milder cases, cognitive behavioral therapy has been shown to work just as well. unfortunately, for many people, nothing seems to help. and that's why it's exciting to hear about a totally new approach that involves a device that looks like a pacemaker. two wires inserted directly
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